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An Innovation-Led Boost for US Manufacturing

If any one factor explains why the US has remained the world's innovation powerhouse since World War II, it is the country's overwhelming leadership in research and development. This commitment, combined with a passion for taking risks, underpins America's ability to create more intellectual property than any other economy and has spawned many new industries, including semiconductors, computers, aerospace, and digital telecommunications. Continued US R&D investments"some $7.1 trillion from 1995 to 2015"have enabled the US to remain at the forefront of such fields as advanced materials, energy, and biopharmaceuticals.

Dive deeper into the latest data on R&D spending, however, and continued US leadership in industrial innovation looks far less secure. The US remains dominant at the front end of R&D: the nation invests three times as much as any other economy in basic research, which focuses on the pursuit of scientific knowledge, and applied research, which turns discoveries into technologies useful to industry. (See Exhibit 1.) Breakthroughs in physics and material sciences, for example, have led to the digital technologies that have revolutionized virtually every industry.

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